Brethren Volunteer Service
Goal of Program
Sharing God's love through acts of service; caring for creation; working for peace; advocating justice; serving human need.
Type of Placement
All projects fall under one of the following categories: children, youth/young adults, senior citizens, general community services, farm workers, disabled persons, agriculture, hunger/homelessness, prisoners and the prison system, refugees, peace/justice, domestic violence, housing, healthcare, outdoor ministries, community organizing/development/advocacy, education/training, environment, congregations or miscellaneous.
Approximately 20 states in the US and 20 different countries.
One year for US placements, two years for international projects.
Approximately 50 current volunteers at any time. The number of volunteers at each location depends on the project.
To serve in U.S.: Volunteer must be 18 or older with high school diploma. To serve overseas: Volunteer must be at least 21 years old with college degree or similar life experience.
Room, board, monthly stipend and health insurance provided. Transportation to project after orientation and home from project after one's term is completed.
Depends on project - community or group, individual, on-site, with family.
Three-week orientation held every summer, fall and winter. On-site training at each project.
Six weeks before each orientation.
1451 Dundee Avenue
Phone: 847 429-4396
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